NASA doesn't build rockets. They write contracts for companies to build rockets. The reason SpaceX is building rockets today is thanks to previous developments due to NASA contracts and current NASA procurement.
Right on the money with #2. During the work week when I'm not moving much I have 2-3 coffees with cream from 5am to 5pm with no discomfort. At 5pm I eat a big meal and I'm good until the next day.
Same results here as I'm drinking a coffee with heavy cream. I now get about 50% of calories from fat (mostly saturated).
Everything improved with the exception of LDL which is still high 160. HDL went from 40's to 60's. Triglycerides in the 70-80's, glucose in the 60's and I'm down from 210 lb to 170 lb.
That will help make them even cheaper to hire.
If you have worked for a couple decades on a project I imagine it would nearly impossible to sleep.
No. The Voyagers were launched in the late 1970's and are still functioning.
They should allow the octopus access to the drug tank and see if they prefer it.
They are still used but it's in short supply because you need to create it in special reactors. And funding is a problem.
These aren't my theories I just find some of them interesting. It makes some sense that there should be a charge differential between a region close to the sun and far away. I am actually looking forward to the data.
It's not the first, nor shall it be the last, time I've been burned by you, grammar Nazi.
because it sure didn't show up in this article.
Let's see if the lander has an electrical anomaly on the way down. Should be interesting.
Hoping for a nice electrical discharge are you?
Since it's already illegal what's the problem?
That is one reason I added the fermented foods. They are full of live microbs.